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Community (Public)

  1. Qi Gong Class

    March 20, 2019, 9:30 AM - April 24, 2019, 10:30 AM @ Munson Library

    Qi Gong (pronouced CHEE GONG) is a holistic system of cultivating and balancing the body's internal energy which is called qi, translated as " life energy". With roots in Chinese medicine, this mind body awareness exercise is composed of gentle stretching and flowing exercises, rhythmic breathing, and meditation. QiGong benefits include greater flexibility, strength, balance, and vitiality as well as decreasing stress, tension, and stiffness. It is available to everyone no matter how old you are or what shape you are in. QiGong can be done anywhere, requires zero equipment and gives you tremendous benefits in a short amount of time.

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  2. Love & Learn Mt. Pollux for all seasons!

    April 22, 2019, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Mt.Pollux Conservation Area

    Calling all nature lovers on Earth Day! Let's go for a moderate hike to enjoy the outdoors, breathe in, do the hokey-pokey, a 'green' craft, a light picnic and learn to protect our beautiful recreational scenic area.

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  3. Amherst - Pelham PreK-6 Regionalization Public Forum

    April 22, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Amherst Regional Middle School Library

    Attend a Forum to learn more. Your feedback is important to us!

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  4. Amherst Pelham Regional School District Planning Board Public Forum

    April 22, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Amherst Regional Middle School Library

    Should Amherst and Pelham form a PreK-6 Region? Currently, the Amherst and Pelham elementary school districts share a superintendent and central administration through Superintendency Union 26. Regionalization would combine the two school districts into one region. This region would be governed by a regional school committee that would replace the current Amherst and Pelham school committees. The Regional School District Planning Board has been meeting for a year to examine the possibility of regionalization and invites public feedback at these forums. The Planning Board has not made a recommendation regarding regionalization and public input is a critical component of this recommendation. Each forum will include a presentation of the process, potential benefits, and challenges, Q and A, small group discussions, and opportunities to provide feedback.

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